Galaxy Fm’s pioneer female radio presenter Nasasira Candace Mariat has finally quit the station in premium tears… Yes, Premium Tears because she really never wanted her fans and followers since 2013…
The radio presenter who also doubled as the programs director at the Kansanga based Radio station revealed that she has decided to move on.
Nasasira Candace Mariat who has worked at Galaxy for more than 7 years revealed the news to her fans in a Social Media post.
“Hey fam; Its been a minute! Muli bulungi? How’s Tweny Tweny one going? Mine has been going well so far Alhamdulillah! Today marks one month since I took my vows and officially became Mrs. Ssegawa Mansha Allah.
But that’s not what this post is about. I have been receiving so many lovely messages about when I am getting back on air and I would like to address this here. First of all, I am grateful to every one of you that has always supported me in anyway…
May Allah reward you. That being said I would like to inform you officially that I am no longer an employee of Galaxy FM. I have been part of Galaxy FM since February 2013 as a presenter and programs director I am grateful to every one of you that tuned into Morning Saga (Monday-Friday 6 am – 10 am) and the Country Lounge (Sunday’s 10 am – 1 pm).
I have some of you that have followed me right from the days at Urban TV (Skizzy show) Thank you for the love!.
Thank you for the support. I don’t take it for granted. I take time off to concentrate on my business and family though it’s not the end of the journey for me on the airwaves. I will be communicating when I get back on air In Sha Allah,” Nasasira Candace Mariat posted.
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However, this doesn’t mean that the Morning Saga show on Galaxy FM has come to an end… It will still be moved forward by Detacha Sakalaman, Jonathan Nalebo, and Spark TV’s Precious Remmie.